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The Muslim Brotherhood’s Final Card?

Al-Monitor’s coverage of the bloodshed in Egypt.
A protester supporting ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi carries an injured demonstrator (R) during clashes outside Azbkya police station at Ramses Square in Cairo, August 16, 2013. About 50 people were killed in protests in Cairo on Friday, security officials said. Thousands of supporters of deposed President Mohamed Mursi have been staging nationwide protests against a security crackdown on Islamists. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh  (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) - RTX12NQA

As this article is posted, approximately 700 Egyptians have reportedly been killed and more than 4,000 injured in the bloody confrontation between the Egyptian security forces and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Wael Nawara places the blame for the violence on the “scorched earth” policy of the Muslim Brotherhood, not the Egyptian government, and warns that the conflict is not over: 

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